Teachers Who Left the Teaching Profession : A Qualitative Understanding

  • Gonzalez L
  • Brown M
  • Slate J
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Abstract

in the State of Texas. The study examined the problem by focusing on the predominant reasons teachers give for leaving the profession after working only one year as a teacher. Eight persons who had left the teaching profession after one year teaching were contacted and interviewed concerning their reasons for leaving. The three most influential factors found were lack of administrative support; difficulties with student discipline; and low salary levels. Study findings and implications for policy are discussed.

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  • Teacher Attrition
  • Teacher Retention
  • and Teacher Shortage

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Authors

  • Liza Gonzalez

  • Michelle Stallone Brown

  • John R Slate

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